tan(3A)+tan(2A)+tan(A)=tan(A)tan(2A)tan(3A)
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Add them together

tan(6A0 = tan(6A)
answered Oct 20, 2011 by Battleaxe Level 6 User (23,120 points)
i don't think that is how it works..... cause tan(6A)= tan(A+2A+3A) not  tan(3A)+tan(2A)+tan(A) or tan(A)tan(2A)tan(3A)

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